the power
tracker

wearable tracking system for professional sports teams

what you get?

improve performance

We will place you in the best possible position to monitor volume and intensity of each player, to allow you to maximize your team’s performance.

reduce injury risk

We make the whole data analysis process as smooth as possible for you: from planning the individual training load until reducing the injury risk.

MANAGE THE RETURN TO PLAY

We provide you with the ideal tools to calibrate the workload during the injury recovery and manage a safe return to play.

why gpexe?

it’s simply smart

All you need is half an hour to set up the system. From the first use, you’ll be able to manage gpexe and to analyze the performance with our model. Only 5 minutes after the end of the training session, you’ll be able to share your report with your staff. 

you are a teammate, not just a customer

When you step into the gpexe club, you become part of a trusted crew. We are known to be the unique partner to assist you on time, in a flexible and reliable way. Ask around!

Use the Metabolic Power Events

You will take advantage of the MPE, the most advanced parameter in performance analysis. It allows you to assess the high intensity and the recovery, in the smartest and most accurate way.

You’ll be one step ahead, always

The Energy Approach, which has revolutionised the performance analysis in football, was born here. Our R&D Team is constantly working to ensure that the product you have chosen will always be the most advanced.

The Serie A chose us

Gpexe was chosen by the majority of the Italian Serie A teams and can boast as its references over 150 clubs and National Teams worldwide.
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user stories

We have been using the Gpexe system since 2014 and it has proven to be valuable support in the training load control. I appreciate the reliability of the data and how this tool allows a very quick data download. It means optimising the time available and enabling us to provide useful data to the technical staff shortly after the end of the training session. Gpexe web app also permits us to customise our daily reports daily according to our needs.
Alessandro Fonte

Fitness Coach, SS Lazio, 2020

Gpexe is an excellent tool to analyse the training workload of the player on the pitch. Furthermore, from this season we started using the system also to plan and monitor activities of those who are recovering from an injury. The opportunity to evaluate objectively and in real-time the performance allows both to verify directly on the field if the training session goal is reached and to avoid possible “spikes” that may affect the recovery of the injured player.

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Alberto Botter

S&C Coach, Benetton Rugby, 2020

Thanks to the data collected with the LPS system gpexe [i] (metabolic power, speed, accelerations and decelerations), we can daily evaluate the training load and better understand what has been the metabolic demand of our athletes during intense activity such as a basketball game.

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Luca Bonetta

S&C Coach, Pallacanestro Trieste, 2021

user stories

We have been using the Gpexe system since 2014 and it has proven to be a valuable support in the training load control. I appreciate the reliability of the data and how this tool allows a very quick data download.

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It means optimising the time available and enabling us to provide useful data to the technical staff shortly after the end of the training session. Gpexe web app also permits us to customise our daily reports according to our needs.

Alessandro Fonte

Fitness Coach, SS Lazio, 2020

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